Pakistani English

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Pakistani English (uncountable)

  1. A dialect of the English language, having one variety in Pakistan, and also spoken by Pakistani expatriates, Pakistani migrants, and Pakistani tourists throughout the world.
    • 1986, Robert McCrum, William Cran, & Robert MacNeil, The Story of English, Viking Penguin Inc., page 329
      Much more common was the bureaucratic use of Pakistani English. Below the level of the most highly educated, whose English was invariably modelled on old-fashioned teaching, were the English-using clerks of the Imperial administration.